In the bellow example you will see two rows of numbers that represent fingerings. The upper row represents the fingering for the right hand and the bottom row represents the fingering for the left hand. When practicing scales with both hands keep an interval of an octave between the left and right hand and although the bellow exercise has only a 2 octave span you can expand it to 3 and even 4 octaves. The numbers in the parenthesis are just to let you know of the continuity of the pattern and, can serve as a 2nd version of fingering that is a bit harder but good for improving your technique.

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Except for the G# and Ab harmonic scales, both natural and harmonic scales have the same fingerings.